Yaniv Shani
Yaniv Shani
Assistant Professor, Tel-Aviv University
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When and why do we want to know? How experienced regret promotes post‐decision information search
Y Shani, M Zeelenberg
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 20 (3), 207-222, 2007
When ignorance is not bliss: How feelings of discomfort promote the search for negative information
Y Shani, OE Tykocinski, M Zeelenberg
Journal of Economic Psychology 29 (5), 643-653, 2008
Different ways of looking at unpleasant truths: How construal levels influence information search
Y Shani, ER Igou, M Zeelenberg
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 110 (1), 36-44, 2009
Generality and cultural variation in the experience of regret.
SM Breugelmans, M Zeelenberg, T Gilovich, WH Huang, Y Shani
Emotion 14 (6), 1037, 2014
Choosing between options associated with past and future regret
Y Shani, S Danziger, M Zeelenberg
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 126, 107-114, 2015
Do as I say, not as I do: Choice–advice differences in decisions to learn information
R Barkan, S Danziger, Y Shani
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 125, 57-66, 2016
Using an eye tracker to examine behavioral biases in investment tasks: an experimental study
T Shavit, C Giorgetta, Y Shani, F Ferlazzo
Journal of Behavioral Finance 11 (4), 185-194, 2010
Delaying information search.
Y Shani, N Van de Ven, M Zeelenberg
Judgment & Decision Making 7 (6), 2012
Time preference before and after a risky activity–A field experiment
T Shavit, M Rosenboim, Y Shani
Journal of economic psychology 43, 30-36, 2014
Keeping up with the Joneses: Dolphins’ search knowledge for knowledge’s sake
Y Shani, MC Cepicka, N Shashar
Journal of economic psychology 32 (3), 418-424, 2011
Remembering friends as not so friendly in competitive and bargaining social interactions
S Danziger, D Disatnik, Y Shani
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30 (4), 987-998, 2017
Post-decisional information search: Balancing the pains of suspecting the worst with the comforts of knowing the worst
Y Shani, M Zeelenberg
Social Influence 7 (3), 193-210, 2012
Tears evoke the intention to offer social support: A systematic investigation of the interpersonal effects of emotional crying across 41 countries
JH Zickfeld, N van de Ven, O Pich, TW Schubert, JB Berkessel, JJ Pizarro, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 95, 104137, 2021
Effects of stress and hemispheric preference on job decision making
Y Gidron, F Germeys, Y Shani
World Congress on Stress, Location: Leiden, The Netherlands, 2010
Searching for negative information: The pains of" suspecting the worst" versus the comforts of" knowing the worst"
Y Shani
Ridderprint, 2007
When and Why Consumers “Accidentally” Endanger Their Products
Y Shani, G Appel, S Danziger, R Shachar
Management Science 66 (12), 5757-5782, 2020
When Sharing Is Not Caring: Does (un) Certainty About Bill Payment Method Lead Diners to Consume More and Spend More Money?
Y Shani
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30 (2), 453-461, 2017
What is more important, the outcome or the probability?
T Shavit, M Rosenboim, Y Shani
Applied Economics Letters 20 (2), 127-130, 2013
Motivated Interpretations of Deceptive Information
S Vainapel, Y Shani, S Shalvi
Brain Sciences 11 (3), 297, 2021
17I the Expectation Gap Between Borrowers and Lenders in Informal Microloan Markets
C Morvinski, Y Shani
ACR North American Advances, 2019
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